Scroll down to learn about 3 railway tunnels which have been beautifully lit by LED lighting:
Lightwall Tunnel King’s Cross, London
The Lightwall Tunnel, a 90m-long pedestrian tunnel at London’s King’s Cross station, is lit with an integrated LED light wall. The interior, lined with repeating panels, contains 190 controllable vertical pixels set behind 12mm toughened glass. To enable an effect of seamless lighting running the length of the tunnel, architectural lighting specialist- The Light Lab, installed LEDs behind the glass panels. The LED lights are capable of emanating the full RGB spectrum and also a white light spectrum from 3.0K to 6.0K, creating a subtle and beautiful moving light show with no shadow lines.
Busy Stockholm Station Embellished With White LED Lights
The busy Stockholm station is now a place to be, given that it has been glamorized. A total of 400 meters of warm white LED lighting from GE, distributed over 32 lines that also become part of the general lighting, has been installed to turn the Station into an artwork. The artwork beautifully signifies the pulse of the station hinting at the hustle – bustle of the very active Stockholm station.
Refurbished Brockville Railway Tunnel Sparkles with New LED Lighting
The Brockville railway tunnel built in the late 1850’s is an iconic landmark in Canada. The newly renovated tunnel has been illuminated by Philips LED lighting and opened for public on August 12, 2017. More than 700 Philips ColorGrazeMX4 Powercore fixtures were installed which turned the walkway into a spectacular walkway.